Police barricades and guards can help with securing the scene as well this is a good way to monitor the area to make sure no unwanted people get through and cause loss of evidence. This will include officers that are not involved in the case, neighbors, family of victim. Securing the crime scene must be done in a timely manner and all persons entering the scene should be recorded and times of the entry should be taken as well. Before anyone can enter the scene the responding officer must first establish a walk way to enter to ensure that no evidence is being touched and out of the way before walking into the scene, this will include investigators or medical examiners that need to get to any victims that may be injured. Once the crime scene has been blocked off and secured the investigators will process the area.
They have to evacuate as many people as they can from damaged building that are about to collapse or buildings that are on fire. They also have to perform safety checks on the area, so they and others from the other services are not harmed while being involved in the operation, then they are able to put out the fires. Depending on the incident, the Fire Service doesn’t just put out fires. In some cases, when buildings have collapsed on people in their cars, the Fire Service have used other equipment; such as ‘The Jaws of Life’, in order to cut people free from their cars. Lastly, the Fire Service also investigate the cause of the incident, whether it is to find out the cause of the fire or buildings collapsing, the Police would work alongside with them, because it is the Fire Service’s
An example for the reasonable person would be if someone driving were rushing a dying or sick family member to the hospital going way above the speed limit. Eventually the driver gets pulled over for it. In court this act would be measured. The jury would conclude that any reasonable person would do the same for a family member in need of medical attention, therefore although the reasonable person act was breached; this is something that any ordinary person would do. The reasonable person standard is used as a test of liability in cases of negligence, like in this example.
The ambulance and paramedics will need this because some people will get aggressive when the paramedics try and help them, this is because they may be frightened or confused, and knowing these signs will help the service to calm them down and use the best techniques available to them. The Fire Service has to deal with people in the same way as this, if they are injured and trapped in a car, they will have to calm the person down, so that they may begin extracting them from
Ontario Reg.455/07 and Demerit point System The Ontario regulation 455/07 and the demerit system work together in order to promote safe driving on roads and to discourage dangerous activities on roads. Regulation 455/07 is a very detailed article containing rules against extreme drivers. It contains rules prohibiting stunts and racing on roads. Stunts are defined as drivers attempting to lift one or all of the vehicle's wheels off of the road, to lose traction of one or all of the vehicle's tires while turning or to spin, to drive with the driver or any passengers out of their seats or to intentionally endanger other passengers on the highway. Racing is defined as any cars competing against, chasing, or trying to outdistance any other car.
(1) Sickness & Diarrhoea (2) Burns and Scalds. (3) Fractures ands Suspected Fractures. (D5) EXPLAIN THE PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWEDIN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENT OR SUDDEN ILLNESS. (1) Get help as soon as possible example emergency services apply first aid training only if you got it. Make sure the client is as comfortable as can be staff should also protect themself complete accidents or sickness illness form log information in client file and inform seniority/manager of the incident.
Staff should go to the nearest traffic light stops or pelican crossings to avoid stopping traffic themselves, if they walked on the road randomly. I have made these suggestions because if the staffs choose to cross freely without ensuring the road is safe and all children are not holding their hands, It could potentially cause accident, This could cause a potential child being hit by a car because they are not all holding their hands together and they could run into the road without correct supervision. Also the adults should double check if the roads are clear to cross. This is very important in helping them cross the road safely, staff should safely follow these steps this possibly will minimize hazards. I have made these precautions because if not followed it could cause a child being hit by a car.
When texting while driving, the slightest distraction can change your life completely. Think about being injured in an accident you caused by texting while driving. What happens if the person or people in the car you hit died? How would you feel? If you survived the accident you would have to live with the pain of knowing you hurt someone.
They have laws in place for a reason, they are there to protect people. You are putting yourself and others at risk if you are speeding, run a red light or stop sign, don’t wear your seat belt, or are drinking and driving. If you are speeding and lose control of your vehicle you could hurt or kill yourself or someone else. If you run a red light or stop sign, there may be another car coming and you could hit them. If you are not wearing your seat belt and you get into an accident you could be thrown from the vehicle.
We drive to be able to get from one place to another, or to relieve stress, or just to have joy rides with friends. But in driving, one must make sure to follow the laws, and to pay attention, and always stay alert. “Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for teens” (“Featured Article: Teen Driving”). Overspeeding, getting distracted, and not being able to respond to hazards in time cause many teens to crash. However, these accidents can always be prevented with the help of “parents by example, helping the kids get the practice they need, and talking to them as early and often about the risks and responsibilities of driving” (“Featured Article: Teen Driving”).